Casey, Illinois has piqued our interest. It isn't because it is a huge town. It isn't because it has the most dog-friendly things to do. It has sparked our interest because it has taken its fate into its own hands. Casey has an important history. Thanks to its oil fields, Casey is a boomtown. Unlike many other rail towns that popped up along the railroad in the 19th century, the railroad was established in Casey because of its prosperous oil industry. The oil fields are so important to the town that they inspired the design on the yearbooks of the local high school.
While Casey doesn't have any dog parks, it does have lots of things that you can do with your dog. In fact, if you have a leash and a great pair of walking shoes, you are going to have a pawtastic day here! The city has an entire collection of World's Largest items. The great thing about these is that they are all within walking distance of each other and have their own story. We will show you where to find them, but you if you are looking for a more adventurous activity, you can head over to the Fairpark Campground. There, you will find a dog-friendly beach, walking trails, and many fishing opportunities!